When we talk about edibles we are not referring to a specific product, but rather a class of products. Cannabis edibles include THC or CBD-infused food and beverages, such as THC brownies, CBD gummies, CBD chocolate bar, or even CBD kombucha.
There are many differences between the effects of consuming edible products and smoking marijuana.
THC versus CBD edible
Edible foods high in THC may be more familiar to you – you may even have tried them before. Feelings of "locking on the couch" and feelings of distance are most often associated with THC foods, as THC is the psychoactive cannabinoid that is responsible for the "high" marijuana often experiences.
However, CBD edible foods are unlikely to do your job. This is because CBD foods contain the non-intoxicating cannabinoid CBD (cannabidiol). Like edible THC, they are available in a wide variety of foods and beverages, with ripening CBD being one of the most popular types of CBD foods.
Effects of peanuts on smoking
Many consumers wonder what effect food has on smoking. The effects of food are very different from those produced by inhalation because food is processed by your body's digestive system rather than your lungs.
Instead of entering the bloodstream immediately, THC and other cannabinoids are slowly absorbed from the digestive tract. Read on to learn how the effects of edible products differ from smoking.
Many new and experienced consumers are wondering what is the best way to store food. Most importantly, any food storage solution must be locked to prevent children from accessing it. You should also store food at room temperature or slightly refrigerated and in direct sunlight for optimal storage conditions.